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There will be a change to the Bassetlaw District Council HomeFinder Choice Based Lettings policy from Monday 4 September 2017.
DOG owners who exercise their pets at Langold Country Park can now take advantage of three new dedicated routes that have been specifically created for small, medium and big dogs.
Misson has now been designated as a conservation area.
Work starts on £60m development next to the A1(M) at Blyth that could bring up to 354 jobs to the Bassetlaw area.
Legal or enforcement action has been taken against 35 individuals so far this year as we continue to clamp down on littering and fly-tipping across the district.
Bonnets to Breeches by Elizabeth Carney-Marsh wins 2017 North Notts Short Story Competition
Council invests in the future of growing businesses at Retford Enterprise Centre, where 10 new multi-purpose units are just weeks away from completion.
Bassetlaw’s long held ambition to commemorate its rich Pilgrim history is one step closer following National Lottery funding support.
We are consulting on our draft Homeless Prevention Strategy for 2017 until 2022.
Work has started on a major project to build 51 modern apartments in Worksop with onsite care specifically designed for the needs of elderly residents.
Company fined for a 'Duty of Care' waste offence after fly tipping.
A nightmare tenant has been ordered to leave his A1 Housing flat after subjecting his neighbours to persistent episodes of anti-social behaviour during his two month tenancy.
Historical buildings to be brought back to their former glory thanks to £1.28M grant made possible by National Lottery players.
Lantern making workshops to be held throughout the district in preparation for Illuminate Parade.
New roundabout, that can be used by children of all abilities, has been installed in Retford's Kings' Park.
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Many accessibility benefits can be achieved by making adjustments to the operating system or internet browser you are using. It makes much more sense to make these permanent alterations which you require, so that every website you visit, adjusts to your preferred accessibility options, not just websites by Bassetlaw District Council.
The advice given on the BBC accessibility website "My Web My Way" is so comprehensive and easy to follow, we would simply be trying to re-invent the wheel, so instead, we strongly advise using these guides to make the changes you require. This will ensure every website you visit is suited to your needs.